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The Circle Refill Hub

Refill and Minimal Waste Deliveries
Based in Rainham, Kent

We want to help our community significantly reduce their household waste by selling refill and eco-friendly household cleaning products, personal care products and pantry foods without the need for single use plastic!

We are committed to offering a convenient and affordable solution for everyone to reduce their household waste.

Our Aim

How Does It Work?

We offer a delivery only service to our local community three times a week which includes Rainham, Wigmore, Parkwood, Bredhurst, Twydall, Hartlip, Upchurch and Newington.

We also deliver to the rest of Medway and West Swale every two weeks.  Take a look at our Facebook page to find the next delivery date.  This includes Rochester, Walderslade, St Marys Island, Hempstead, Gillingham, Chatham and Lower Halstow.  Please get in touch if you want to check delivery to your area.


Orders are placed online in your chosen quantities.  The products each provide details of the quantity increments that can be purchased.  We work on a bottle return system for liquid refills, much like a milkman.  This saves you dropping bottles or the need for us to refill on the doorstep.  


Deliveries are 3 days per week on Wednesdays, Fridays and a day at the weekend.  The order cut off is midday the day prior to delivery, orders placed after this time will be on the subsequent delivery day.


Once you have received your refills, bottles (and the caps!) should be decanted and rinsed and these should be left outside for us to collect on your next delivery day.  

Foods and powders will be delivered in paper bags.  You should leave a container outside on delivery day for safe storage of these items as we will not provide protective packaging from the elements.

If you decide you no longer want to refill, then please do get in touch so that we can collect your bottles and caps.  As you can appreciate, we are a small business and the cost of the bottles is a significant cost to us.  However, we do understand that bottles do get damaged and this can't always be helped.

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